Photography has always been a hobby of mine. I often think about going professional (getting paid to do it) but... maybe. maybe not.
I love weddings, especially really romantic weddings where everything is genuine; nothing contrived. Weddings where the sentiments that are expressed are so meaningful and everyone is having a good time and the new family relationships (inlaws) are a match also.
My husband is off to the American continent to visit his folks. I could have gone but I have so much to do back here that it just wasn't the right time. I miss him dearly. The last time we were apart was in 2009 when I attended a conference for work in Oklahoma. Now, he's in Oklahoma visiting his mother, sister, and aunt for the week. I'm glad he could go but I feel so lost without him. I cried all the way home from the airport and thought of how much my dad must miss my mom too. **sigh**
Anyway -- enjoy the pics. I loved editing them! Click on the pic to enlarge it.
|The bride was getting ready in a tiny banquet room. There was a ladder left in there from the setup. It was the perfect prop!|
|I love the shoes. At least everyone matched. The bride opted for some tennis shoes for comfort and so that she wouldn't tower over the groom.|
|Ringless hand... not yet married. Palms sweaty. Nervous.|
|The bracelet on the Brides wrist is special to her.|
|I love the lighting in this.|
|It's not official until you sign.|
|Execute the document that merges your two lives.|
|Mirrors and candle light.|
|The head table.|
|Head table ready for the arrival of the wedding party.|
|Cut the cake.|
|The cake looked so delicious. I so wanted some but they didn't distribute it to the guests.|
|Green anthuriums. Nice.|